$1.00 store

I went to the dollar store the other day looking for Easter treats. I thought it was kind of strange that when leaving this fine establishment (where the most I have ever spent was $36.00 for a major birthday party I was throwing), that they had a receipt checker checking my receipt to make sure I hadn’t stolen anything. We approach the very nice older white gentlemen with very few teeth and handed him my receipt. He barely skimmed it, only really checking on 2 items. Then wrote an enormous happy face down the center of my receipt, in dark green ink (thank god this wasn’t for business) and politely told us to have a nice day. I had to chuckle as we strolled to the car. I said, “That guy barely even checked any of our items? What is the point in paying a person to do that at the dollar store, it’s not like this is Costco? What’s going to happen, are they going to get robbed for something that costs a $1.00?”

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